This podcast returns to my hometown of Adelaide and turns thing inside out, with The Arch Window’s Nicholas Fryer asking me questions. Some of them dig into my past.
We talk about internet influencers, internet advertising, the role of the ABC as Australia’s national broadcaster, the shift in focus of The Australian and other Rupert Murdoch media outlets, Malcolm Turnbull, Korean boy band BTS, The Veronicas, Bipolar II Disorder, the nature of being a writer, Sky News Australia, bourbon, repressed memories, getting older, and the importance of fear.
This podcast was recorded on Sunday 30 October 2018 in Adelaide, South Australia.
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This episode was made possible by the supporters of The 9pm Flying Visits. ONE TRIGGER WORD: Jonathan Ferguson. FOOT SOLDIERS FOR MEDIA FREEDOM: Adam Fitzpatrick, AJ Hocking, Ben Moretti, Daniel O’Connor, David Heath, Garth Kidd, John Lindsay, Kimberley Heitman, KO Hall, Liz Darvill, Mathew McBride, Michael Keating, Michael Rowe, Peter Blakeley, Peter McCrudden, Rhydwyn, Tim Bell, Tim Hamilton. MEDIA FREEDOM CITIZENS: Adam Baxter, deejbah, Lucas James, Matt Moore, and one person who chooses to remain anonymous.
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[Photo: Adelaide Railway Station, photographed on 20 December 2016.]